I'm 32 and I've been blessed with the 4 clair's, empathy and I am also a medium. I remembered my gift, in it's entirety, about 10 years ago. (Read LEAP YEAR DAY PISCES BORN WITH BLACK VEIL for full story) About 6 months after that, I started reading the tarot deck for part time income. Then, I stopped and continued to just read for family and some close friends. Fast forward 10 years...
Due to a series of unforeseen events (from July-for my family and I, I decided to find something I could do for extra income from our home, sometime in October. So, I started reading the tarot again. I never threw my old deck away. The thought actually never crossed my mind. (As a matter of fact, something was telling me to brush up on my reading abilities over the summer.)
So, anyway, I've been reading again now for almost 2 months. And recently, I've been getting these funny feelings while reading some of my clients. Sometimes it's just on my arms. Other times, it's my arms and legs. And DEFINITELY the top of my head (sometimes my neck, too). On my arms and legs, it almost feels like I'm cold but, I'm not. However, that doesn't stop goosebumps from popping up. Or the hairs from standing at attention. As far as my head and neck goes, it almost feels like energy. Or tingling. Or tingling energy? Rushing around or up? I don't know. It's kind of hard to explain it with words.
And sometimes, I feel it all at the same time or it'll start in on my legs move to my arms and then I'll feel it on my head. It doesn't feel bad. It feels like tingling energy? I really need to know if anyone has any idea as to what this feeling may be.
I don't feel scared. Or uncomfortable. It's actually a pretty awesome feeling. But wHAT is it? Alright, I'm going to stop rambling, now. I appreciate y'all taking the time out to read and/or respond. Love, Light & Happiness
If you want to consider meditation, here are some wonderful lectures on Yoga http://hermetic.com/crowley/eight-lectures-on-yoga/8yoga1.html. As well as a more practical discourse http://hermetic.com/crowley/book-4/aba1.html. Especially chapter 5 Dharana might be worth reading for you.
Here's a set of basic exercises: http://hermetic.com/crowley/libers/lib9.html.
Just to bash meditation a bit, the term is very nebulous. What's the difference between sitting quietly thinking and meditation? Is just noticing your breathing considered meditation? I think perhaps the best simple description would be to think of one thing or set of things exclusively. So you don't just take a walk and notice your breath, you take a walk while noticing ONLY your breath and ignoring the wind, other people, and any stop signs you encounter. Thus, I'd recommend picking a circular track (or something else that would work according to your considerations).
Love is the law, love under will.